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Fluorescence‐based Array Biosensors For Detection Of Biohazards

K. Sapsford, Y. Shubin, J. B. Delehanty, J. Golden, C. Taitt, L. Shriver-Lake, F. Ligler
Published 2004 · Biology, Medicine

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Total internal reflection fluorescence (TIRF) is a process whereby fluorophores that are either attached to or are in close proximity with the surface of a waveguide are selectively excited via an evanescent wave. Planar waveguides provide the possibility of immobilizing multiple capture biomolecules onto a single surface and therefore, offer the exciting prospect of multi-analyte detection. The production of arrays and the results of various groups which use TIRF to interrogate such surfaces is reviewed, along with a look at how far the field has advanced toward the production of an automated, portable, multi-analyte array biosensor for real-time biohazard detection. In particular, a miniaturized, fully automated, stand-alone array biosensor developed at the Naval Research Laboratory is reported that monitors interactions between binding partners either as the final image or in real-time. A variety of analytes including toxins, bacteria and viruses have been detected both in buffer and complex matrices, such as blood and soil suspensions, with comparable detection limits. A number of developments have led to a TIRF array biosensor weighing only 5.5 kg which is automated for environmental, clinical and food monitoring or for detection of bioterrorist agents.
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